I’m just sayin’ . . .
1. Don’t swing a club that has less loft than your handicap.
2. If you can drive and you can putt, you can play good golf. (Actually, Byron Nelson said that.)
3. Practice these things in this priority: short irons, short putts, greenside chips, driver.
4. On difficult holes play for easy bogies rather than hard pars.
5. It’s more important to have fun with your friends than to shoot a low score.
For all you literalists, numbers 1-4 have wiggle room. Number 5 does not. Also, numbers 2 and 3 do not contradict each other.
Play well and have fun.
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